John Risley's Nature Story. - We used to assume that we would always have wild places.

John Risley’s Nature Story

When it comes to public awareness of the need for conservation, Risley believes times have changed over the past 20 years. He remembers going to empty beaches and enjoying nature when no one else was around, he now understands that those memories should not be taken for granted. “We as humans have a better understanding of our impact on the environment, and it’s important that we work to leave it in a good state for our children and grandchildren. We used to assume that we would always have wild places. Now we know that’s not the case.” - John Risley

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